with all this scrutiny on the alleged victim here, do you think there'll be a domino effect, a chilling effect? >> there very well may be. i think that is what so many people are concerned about, especially people like myself who have tried these sex crimes cases. because it is so very difficult for a victim to come forward. and because she has really been skewered in the press, her name is just all over the place now, her identity, i think it could have that chilling effect. but again, because she isn't credible does not mean that she was not sexually attacked. the prosecution may not be able to prove, this but it doesn't mean that it didn't happen. and so hopefully we won't see that sort of chilling effect in prosecuting these kind of cases. >> john, i had a professor in law school who said, there's some people who think some crimes are so serious that not even innocence is a defense. you know, this is important stuff to look at the victim's background. i mean, maybe dominique strauss-kahn is innocent. so you know, sure, we don't want to discourage honest, real victims from coming forward.